In "Love Will Guide Us," a Tapestry of Faith program
Participants deepen their learning through sharing what they have learned with others. They help build multigenerational community as the larger congregation engages with their work.
Practice the songs and readings. Select volunteers to read aloud each of the seven Unitarian Universalist Sources and the accompanying Source Star phrases. You might have children each prepare to share a way people will behave when they are guided by love.
Create an order in which songs and readings will be shared. Rehearse in the space where children will perform, so they will know where to stand.
In the worship service or with a younger group of children, have participants sing "Love Will Guide Us," share the seven Source stars, name the seven Sources in children's language, read "Ten Million Stars," and sing "Our Sources." You might have children each share a way in which people will behave when they are guided by love.
Some children are very shy about standing in front of groups of people. Find a way for a reluctant child to participate that does not require a solo reading role.
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Last updated on Thursday, October 27, 2011.
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